Toy Safety Information Center
Playbh is committed to providing the latest, safest, and most purposeful learning toys. Our first responsibility is to your child -- and we take that responsibility VERY seriously. As part of our ongoing quest for promoting safe toys, we've compiled the following information to help provide our customers with the proper assurances that we are taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety of your child. If you have additional concerns or questions, we encourage you to contact us direct, either by emailing us at email@example.com or calling us 66644010.
Where is it made?
Playbh Toys is actively identifying the country of origin for every product that we sell. While this list is not yet comprehensive, with over 20 countries already identified, it's clear that great toys are made all over the world. Check this page frequently for updates as we gather additional information.
The Toy Industry Association List
International Standards for Toys and Children's Products. For a view of international standards for toys and children's products, visit The Toy Industry Associations list. This list contains contact information for obtaining toy safety standards.
U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission
The CPSC is committed to protecting consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children. The CPSC's work ensures the safety of products for consumers and their families.
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Incorporating global safety standardization in the world's marketplace, ASTM experts represent 120 countries endorsing strict health and safety accountability standards. The standards evaluations of ASTM contribute to the reliability of materials, products, systems and services.
International Council of Toy Industries
The International Council of Toy Industries promotes the health & safety of children through promotion of international toy safety standards and a responsible attitude toward advertising and marketing to children.
European Safety Standards Commission
A division of European Consumer Affairs, the European Safety Standards Commission develops legislative and other actions to promote the interests, health and safety of consumers on an internal and international level. The Commission also promotes consumer policy and high consumer safety standards in international forums and in relation with third countries.
last updated 5/25/2019